The Rest of Us Just Live Here is the upcoming new novel by Patrick Ness and if that statement alone didn’t get you excited then this will: THE BOOK COVER GLOWS IN THE FREAKING DARK.
There have only been a few book covers in history to glow in the dark (one of them was a special edition of Harry Potter) so this is kind of a BFD. But just the fact that Patrick Ness has a new book is also a BFD. So in other words, you need this book on your radar, on your TBR, on your shelf as soon as it goes on sale October 10th!
Are you ready for the cover? HERE IT IS!
And now, here’s what it will look like when you turn off the lights and it glows in the dark! So cool right? This is the kind of book that is will be beg to be placed facing OUT on your bookshelf. It’s that special.
Check out the glow in the dark in action!
About THE REST OF US JUST LIVE HERE
What if you aren’t the Chosen One?
The one who’s supposed to fight the zombies, or the soul-eating ghosts, or whatever the heck this new thing is, with the blue lights and the death?
What if you’re like Mikey? Who just wants to graduate and go to prom and maybe finally work up the courage to ask Henna out before someone goes and blows up the high school. Again.
Because sometimes there are problems bigger than this week’s end of the world, and sometimes you just have to find the extraordinary in your ordinary life.
Even if your best friend is worshiped by mountain lions.
Award-winning writer Patrick Ness’s bold and irreverent novel powerfully reminds us that there are many different types of remarkable.
The Rest of Us Just Live Here goes on sale October 10th! Pre-order a copy here.
About Patrick Ness
Patrick Ness is the author of eight novels and a short story collection. He’s best known for his books for young adults, including the Chaos Walking trilogy and More Than This. He won the Carnegie Medal—the highest award for children’s books in the UK—twice in a row, for Monsters of Men and A Monster Calls. A Monster Calls was also the first book ever to simultaneously win the Kate Greenaway Medal for illustration. Patrick has taught creative writing at Oxford University, and is a literary critic for the Guardian. Born in Virginia, he lives in London. Follow Patrick on Twitter!